Work Packages

WP
1.
WP1 Climate Change Scenarios
WP
2.1.
WP2 World Heritage Sites - Case Studies
WP
2.2.
WP2 World Heritage Sites - Case Studies
WP
2.3.
WP2 World Heritage Sites - Case Studies
WP
3.
WP3 Hygrothermal Building Simulation
WP
4.
WP4 Damage Assessment
WP
5.
WP5 Climate Change impact on movable and immovable cultural heritage
WP
6.
WP6 Economic Impact
WP
7.1.
WP7. Mitigation, Adaption and Preservation Strategies
WP
7.2.
WP7. Mitigation, Adaption and Preservation Strategies
WP
8.
WP8 Analysis and Decision Support System
WP
9.
WP9 Dissemination
WP
10.
WP10 Training
WP
11.
WP11 Management, Coordination, Evaluation

WP 1.

Climate Change Scenarios

WP
1.

Work Package Leader: Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPG-MPI)

Objectives

To create and to provide high resolution reliable climate evolution scenarios (excluding extreme events) for damage assessment of movable an immovable cultural heritgae objects in the near and far future.


Description of work

In order to provide a reliable climate evolution scenario for the whole of Europe, completely new high resolution (up to 10 x 10 km) datasets of hourly values will be simulated by a regional climate model for the past, near and far future. Furthermore, the near and far future climate projections will be done under two IPCC emission scenarios (B1 and A1B). This allows covering a range of possible climate changes over the selected regions.

This data will be used for projection of the future climate at the project case study regions and as an input for hygrothermal building simulation (WP3) and damage assessment (WP4).

Based on the obtained results, the climate indicators of threats and damage to cultural heritage objects will be estimated building up on the recommendations from the European FP6 NOAH´S ARK project.

Special emphasis will be also given to an in-depth validation of the climate evolution scenarios by using all available measurements over the project case study regions and the issue of uncertainty.

Task 1.1
Climate evolution scenarios for the target regions ­ based on the existing datasets.
The work starts with collecting all available information on present day climate and expected future climate changes over the project target regions. Meteorological datasets from previous FP6 project ENSEMBLES will be used to provide climate evolutions over the case study regions under the A1B IPCC emission scenario. These projections cover a period from 1950 to 2100 with spatial resolution of 25 x 25 km.

High-resolution climate change simulations
To provide better information on climate projections for the project target regions, further model simulations with even higher resolution (up to 10x10 km grid size) will be carried out for the whole of Europe. For this purpose, the regional model REMO will be adapted at the Max Planck Institute of Meteorology (MPI-MET). The high-resolution model simulations will be done for the past (1960-1990), near (2020-2050) and far future (2070-2100). Two IPCC emissions scenarios (A1B and B1) will be taken into account.

Task 1.2
The global fields from the coupled general circulation model ECHAM5-MPIOM will be used as driving forces. In addition, the regional coupled model REMO/MPIOM with 25 km resolution in the atmosphere and 11 km in the ocean will be used to estimate both changes in mean sea level as well as changes in positive sea level extremes. The results from the this model will also be used to assess the uncertainty in the high resolution atmosphere-only simulations arising from the use of the coarse resolution sea surface temperature as lower boundary condition.
Main deliverables of this task are high resolution climate datasets for the whole Europe for the two climate change scenarios as input for building simulation and damage assessment.

Task 1.3

Climate indicators: estimation and evaluation of uncertainties
Follow-up work will be a analysis of results obtained in the previous tasks. First, the range of climate changes over the selected regions will be analyzed. Then climate indicators required for vulnerability and damage assessment of cultural heritage will be estimated. At the same time, the range of uncertainties will be evaluated.
The outcome of this task is a dataset of climate indicators for further applications within the project.

WP 2.1.

Case studies, database and stakeholder experience

WP
2.1.

Work Package Leader: Doerner Institut (DIBS)

Objectives

  • to include stakeholder experience in the project
  • to provide the basic data input for the work packages hygrothermal building simulation (WP3) and damage assessment (WP4)
  • to evaluate new damage functions (WP4), a CLIMATE FOR CULTURE software (WP8) and hygrothermal building simulations (WP3)
  • to evaluate mitigation, adaptation and preservation strategies (WP7) in the context of the case studies
  • to evaluate the analysis and decision support system (WP8) in pilot projects carried out in a selection of investigated buildings throughout Europe (N.N.)

Description of work

Task 2.1.1
Development of commonly agreed matrix and methods for classification of cultural heritage items, investigation of their preservation state and monitoring of their reactions upon environmental changes. This work will be done in close cooperation with the task group "Matrix" in the working group 4 Environment of the CEN/ TC 346 Conservation of Cultural Property.

Task 2.1.2
Determination of the ’historic’ climate (level and fluctuations) in buildings throughout Europe. Retrospective investigation of complex assemblies of cultural heritage assets in different historic climate conditions for a better understanding of climate induced damage processes from conservation science point of view. This task will be basic to the determination of tolerable, ’safe’ ranges of relative humidity and temperature (Task 4.4) within the damage assessment (WP 4) It will contribute to the international discussion about new guidelines regarding sustainable preservation and the historic climate in buildings (CEN TC 346, ASHRAE).

Task 2.1.3
Pilot projects for the practical implementation and evaluation of mitigation and climatisation strategies in selected case studies (to be defined).

Task 2.1.4
Practical evaluation of the Analysis and Decision Support System with special respect to the CLIMATE FOR CULTURE software modules (WP8) by assessment of collected climate data.

WP 2.2.

Experimental monitoring and in situ investigations

WP
2.2.

Work Package Leader: Foundation for Research and Technology (FORTH)

Objectives

Application of new and in preceding/corresponding EU Projects developed measurement technology for close up monitoring of outstanding examples of good and bad preservation (see SMOOHS and OnSiteforMasonry).

Description of work

Task 2.2.1
Application of Monitoring Methods and Technologies, exemplary determination and measurement of climate induced damage processes in the examined Case Study sites (crystallisation of anhydrous and hydrated salts, mechanical stress resulting from changes of climatic conditions, biological growth conditions, soiling induced by particles deposition using CFD models) using state-of-the-art measuring methods from other EU Projects (LASERACT, AMECP Glass Sensors, 3D microscopy) and an innovative Free Water Sensor.

WP 2.3.

Measurements of Temperature and Relative Humidity

WP
2.3.

Work Package Leader: Eindhoven University of Technology (TUE)

Objectives

The main objective of WP 2.3 is to collect climate data and stakeholder experience (requirements for use and comfort, measurement practice, etc.) from all over Europe using the matrix of D 2.1.


Description of work

Task 2.3.1
Collecting climate data and stakeholder experience (requirements for use and comfort, measurement practice, etc.) from all over Europe.

Task 2.3.2
Determination of the ’historic’ climate (level and fluctuations) in buildings throughout Europe. Retrospective investigation of complex assemblies of cultural heritage assets in different historic climate conditions for a better understanding of climate induced damage processes from conservation science point of view. This task will be basic to the determination of tolerable, ”safe” ranges of relative humidity and temperature (Task 4.4) within the damage assessment (WP 4) It will contribute to the international discussion about new guidelines regarding sustainable preservation and the historic climate in buildings (CEN TC 346, ASHRAE).

Task 2.3.3.
Provide suitable data for a common exercise for the comparison of different hygrothermal building simulation (WP3) tools for their suitability for the complex task of simulating cultural heritage buildings and their contents.

WP 3.

Hygrothermal Building Simulation

WP
3.

Work Package Leader: Fraunhofer (FRAUNHOFER)

Objectives

  • to predict climatic impact of different climate change scenarios (WP1) on the case study buildings and their microenvironment
  • to implement of computer simulation models of the case study buildings
  • to analise the microclimatic processes in historic materials and buildings
  • to assess the suitability of different hygrothermal building simulation tools for use in historic buildings (common exercise)
  • to test active and passive adaptation and preservation strategies (WP7) via simulation in regard to preventive conservation, comfort requirements and energy efficiency
  • to adapt existing software tools for hygrothermal building simulation (WUFI, HAMBASE)

Description of work

Task 3.1
Evaluation of different existing thermal (TRNSYS, ENERGY Plus, PHYSIBEL, etc.) and hygrothermal (Fraunhofer IBP-WUFI Software, TUE-HAMBASE model, etc.) building simulation tools for use in case studies with respect to their applicability to historic buildings (Common Exercise) with data derived from the case studies (WP2).

Task 3.2

Projection of the climatic change impact on structure and on the indoor environment using the high resolution climate change modelling data from the dynamic downscaling (WP1).

Task 3.3
Development of a non destructive method to obtain necessary information for the hygrothermal building simulation by analysis of existing climate conditions, as historic buildings are complex assemblies of different and often unknown building materials.

Task 3.4
Further development of the hygrothermal building simulation software WUFI + from a one zone model into a multi-zone model.

Task 3.5
Assessment of different active (HVAC) and passive (insulation, etc.) measures from WP 7 and their impact on the indoor environment and the building itself in regard to preventive conservation (WP4), comfort requirements and energy efficiency.

WP 4.

Damage Assessment

WP
4.

Work Package Leader: Jonathan Ashley-Smith (JAS)

Objectives

  • to enhance the knowledge about the complex cause-effect relationships between indoor / outdoor climate, type of building, construction, use and state of preservation by examination of representative historic buildings and movable cultural heritage (collections) preserved indoors in different climate regions in Europe
  • to use a retrospective approach to find out more about preservation of works of art in correlation to the type of building and the ’historic’ climate they have been preserved in
  • to develop new damage assessment functions by combining various climate data interpretations existing throughout Europe and integration of the latest knowledge of the leading experts in the field
  • to improve damage protection for cultural heritage by determination of tolerable ranges of relative humidity and temperature related to the materials characterising the historical buildings and the movable cultural heritage preserved inside
  • to enhance strict and often not feasible museum conventions towards tolerable levels applicable for a wider variety of historic buildings and the movable heritage objects inside with respect to different utilisation and outdoor environmental conditions
  • to assess mould growth conditions on historic and artistic materials

Description of work

Task 4.1
Statistical assessment of actual damages in relation to indoor climate in a representative population of historic buildings.

Task 4.2
Collection and validation of the latest research results in preventive conservation in a European context, in close cooperation to the relevant task groups of CEN/ TC 346.

Task 4.3
Enhance existing knowledge in the field by further research on the response of the most endangered CH fabrics (movable and immovable) with respect to biological growth rates for the assessment of mould growth on historic and artistic materials. The results will be used for the further development of the assessment software WUFI Bio to be included in the Analysis and Decision Support System software.

Task 4.4
Assessment and measurement of missing sorption isotherms data for typical cultural heritage materials since the correct adjustment of humidity can be achieved only on the basis of a well proved sorption model.

Task 4.5
Specification and classification of new damage functions with respect to the broad variety of the materials cultural heritage objects comprise, the complexity of structures which are formed and the various climate exposures throughout Europe.

Task 4.6
Determination of methods to assess tolerable, "safe" ranges of relative humidity and temperature (level and fluctuations) related to the different materials characterising the historical buildings and the movable cultural heritage preserved inside. This task will contribute to the international discussion about new guidelines regarding sustainable preservation and the historic climate in buildings (CEN TC 346, ASHRAE).

Task 4.7
Correlation of measured and projected climate data with the results of the non destructive monitoring techniques (glass sensor/ LASERACT/ free Water sensor/ 3D microscopy).

WP 5.

Climate Change impact on movable and immovable cultural heritage

WP
5.

Work Package Leader: Italian National Research Council / Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate (CNR-ISAC)

Objectives

  • to correlate the climate change models (WP1) with the new damage functions (WP4) to assess the impact on movable and immovable cultural heritage throughout Europe and the Mediterranean with respect on information uncertainty
  • to assess the impact of climate change on selected case studies (esp. UNESCO World Heritage sites)
  • to provide basic input to the calculation of the economic impact of climate changed induced damage to cultural heritage (WP6) and to the development of appropriate mitigation, adaptation and preservation strategies (WP7)
  • to enhance climate risk maps from the Noah´s Ark project towards easy to read indoor climate risk maps for decision makers (zoom-in geo-referenced maps) with local resolution in different climate zones throughout Europe to be integrated in the Analysis and Decision Support System (WP8)

 

Description of work

Task 5.1
Correlation of the climate change models with the new damage functions to assess the impact on movable and immovable cultural heritage throughout Europe with special respect to the different scenarios and information uncertainty. This will be done based on the damage functions determined in WP4, the data on the urgent issues and vulnerability gathered in the case studies (WP2) correlated with climate change scenarios (WP 1) by the use of hygrothermal building simulation (WP3).

Task 5.2
Assessment of the magnitude of damages induced by the predicted climate change under different scenarios.

Task 5.3
Digital visualisation of the results by formulation climate risk maps of Europe and the Mediteranean concerning the risk regarding type of building, different use and composition of collection as a function of local outdoor climate and the building envelope including the projection of climate change scenarios (WP 1).

WP 6.

Economic Impact

WP
6.

Work Package Leader: London School of Economics (LSE)

Objectives

  • to assess the economic impact of climate change on cultural heritage under different climate scenarios

Description of work

In-depth assessment of the most recent conceptual and methodological developments in costbenefit analysis and economic valuation in regard to climate change impacts.

Application of economic valuation techniques to the measurement of environmental and climate change (market and non-market) impacts on cultural heritage, based on the results of the climate change modelling, whole building simulation and the damage/risk assessment.

Discussion of: issues surrounding the economic evaluation of costs and benefits in this area; how to take into account impacts on future generations and impacts of irreversible losses; and how to deal with equity and sustainability issues.

Task 6.1
Collection of information on the costs of restoration works related to climate induced damages.

Task 6.2
Collection of information on the costs of different preventive measures.

Task 6.3
Collection of information on the costs of constant maintenance work.

Task 6.4
Collection of information on the market benefits of protecting cultural heritage from climate-change induced damages.

Task 6.5
Collection of information on the non-market benefits of protecting cultural heritage from climate-change induced damages (through original survey work).

Task 6.6
Evaluation of costs and benefits of protecting cultural heritage from climate change damage under different scenarios.

WP 7.1.

Microclimate control for historical interiors

WP
7.1.

Work Package Leader: Technical University Prague (CVUT)

Objectives

  • to improve microclimate management for sites with an increasing number of tourists and visitors in order to achieve a good trade-off between visitors comfort and conservation needs
  • to analyse less invasive techniques for microclimate control in historic buildings
  • to develop of low cost climatisation tools for historic buildings with limited economic resources
  • to carry out CFD based study on providing small microclimate zones around valuable artifacts with confinement effect achieved by directed air circulation
  • to evaluate control strategies to achieve optimal fluxes of heat and moisture in spacious interiors by controlled air exchange
  • to adopt the predicted climate change impact (WP5) and the damage assessment (WP4) in preventive strategies
  • to consider maintenance, facility management and improvement of mitigation strategies, adopting the best practice examples from past projects (EUREKA PREVENT, NOAH’S ARK and Friendly Heating)

Description of work

Task 7.1.1
Assessment of existing active microclimate control strategies (equal-sorption humidity control, conservation heating, humidistat heating, results from the Eureka 1383 Prevent project, etc.) with respect to their energy consumption as well as their applicability to a wide spectrum of cultural heritage preserved in historic buildings of different structure, utilisation and climatic region in Europe (cooperation with WP2).

Task 7.1.2
Development of integrated strategies for the optimal control of relative humidity and temperature in typical historical buildings and exhibitions. The optimum algorithm guarantees the lowest possible variation of the moisture absorbed in the materials with the aim to minimize energy consumption.

Task 7.1.3
Evaluation of control strategies at laboratory facilities of the Fraunhofer IBP in Holzkirchen.

Task 7.1.4
Revitalization and enhancement of historic climatisation systems (hypocaustic heating / natural ventilation, passive control by buffering etc.) in selected historic buildings, e.g. at Brezice Castle, Linderhof Castle, Plasy Monastery. Applicability assessment of renewable energy sources for the historical sites. Development of a methodology for minimizing the energy consumption of typical historical sites with respect to their annual climate data, taking into consideration both the data measured in the past and the future data predictions taken from the climate models.

Task 7.1.5
Theoretical study, development and CFD based validation of strategies for control of the air circulation in order to achieve optimal temperature and humidity distribution, i) in the spacious historical buildings – churches, cathedrals, museum halls, ii) in the local indoor microclimate surrounding of the valuable artefacts.

Task 7.1.6
Improvement of microclimate control strategies and technical solutions by using the CLIMATE FOR CULTURE decision support tool for risk assessment (WP8) as well as input data on comfort requirements.

WP 7.2.

Energy efficiency in historical buildings

WP
7.2.

Work Package Leader: University of Gotland (HGO)

Objectives

  • to develop cost and energy efficient strategies and technologies for microclimate control to achieve the optimal balance between use and preservation
  • to consider revitalization and technological improvements of historic heating and air circulation systems
  • to enhance passive climatisation (heat and moisture buffering materials) for microclimate control
  • to provide limited comfort zones by the use of radiation heating
  • to promote the use of renewable energies in historical sites (geothermal, solar, etc.)
  • to assess passive protective measures (sun shielding, reduced lighting)
  • to consider energy efficiency evaluation, providing the data to WP6 for cost-benefit analysis, life cycle assessment of instruments and facilities

Description of work

Task 7.2.1
Assessment of existing passive and energy efficient microclimate control strategies (friendly heating, "Temperierung" (wall heating), controlled air exchange) with respect to their energy consumption as well as their applicability to a wide spectrum of cultural heritage preserved in historic buildings of different structure, utilisation and climatic region in Europe (cooperation with WP2). Assessment of the potential for using renewable energies in historical buildings.

Task 7.2.2

Application of strategies based on combination of the active and passive climatisation approaches.

Task 7.2.3

Implementation and field evaluation in selected historic buildings with sensitive and precious cultural heritage objects.

Task 7.2.4

Revitalization and enhancement of historic climatisation systems (hypocaustic heating / natural ventilation, passive control by buffering etc.) in selected historic buildings, e.g. at Brezice Castle, Linderhof Castle, Plasy Monastery. Applicability assessment of renewable energy sources for the historical sites. Development of a methodology for minimizing the energy consumption of typical historical sites with respect to their annual climate data, taking into consideration both the data measured in the past and the future data predictions taken from the climate models.

Task 7.2.5
Theoretical study, development and CFD based validation of strategies for control of the air circulation in order to achieve optimal temperature and humidity distribution, i) in the spacious historical buildings – churches, cathedrals, museum halls, ii) in the local indoor microclimate surrounding of the valuable artefacts.

Task 7.2.6
Improvement of energy efficient control strategies and technical solutions by using the CLIMATE for CULTURE decision support tool for risk assessment (WP8) as well as input data on comfort requirements.

WP 8.

Analysis and Decision Support System

WP
8.

Work Package Leader: University Zagreb (UNIZAG)

Objectives

  • to provide decision makers, conservators and engineers with a general software tool that will enable them to make the best decisions based on online collection data from any kind of buildings
  • to develop a software based Analysis and Decision Support System embracing a new and powerful platform independent tool for online analysis of climate data collected from any site in museums, libraries and archives, castles and churches – CLIMATE FOR CULTURE software

Description of work

Task 8.1
Development of a basic software module for integration of the several modules of the Analysis and Decision Support System (CLIMATE for CULTURE software) including a web-based database for storage of measured climate data.

Task 8.2
Development of a special accessory for digitizing of analogue data-charts from thermohygrographs still in use in many museums.

Task 8.3
Development of a software module for easy and continuing evaluation of climate data using the new damage functions (WP4) embodying latest research on climate effects. Supported file formats: text-file, XML-file, Microsoft Excel®. Platform will be Microsoft Windows® (XPTM, VistaTM). Programming tool is MS-Visual Studio 8, language C#. The compatibility to other systems (Linux, Unix, Apple) will be obtained by applying of cross-platform software Mono of Novell®. Output includes graphical representation of analysed data and statistical summary according different risk assessment approaches.

Task 8.4
Development of a cultural heritage building interface for basic data input in relation to the simplified classification task 2.1.

Task 8.5
Development of decision support methodology for best practice advice in regard to maintenance and mitigation strategies for a specific building type in a specific climatic region in Europe and the Mediterranean.

WP 9.

Dissemination

WP
9.

Work Package Leader: Fraunhofer (FRAUNHOFER)

Objectives

  • to reach policy and decision makers via the political dissemination board
  • to actively influence European research policy for Preventive Conservation
  • to produce press releases for different target groups
  • to create project website including online climate data and further information from the supervised historic building, using the IBP IMEDAS software or comparable solutions
  • to organise dissemination through own international symposia and attendance of participant at national and international conferences.
  • to conduct work in standardisation committees (CEN TC 346, WTA, etc.)

Description of work

Task 9.1
Internet-based communication environment: The consortium will implement a special website for the project www.climateforculture.eu that will be constantly updated and expanded. The site will be available until at least 3 Years after the end of the project and has already been reserved in July 2009. It will have links to other Partners´ sites and to the CORDIS website. This will ensure that all information of relevance is open to the public. A protected member´s area will be incorporated for internal communication.

Task 9.2
Organisation of an information event at the EU Parliament in Brussels and three major symposiums (at the Competence Centre for energy efficient refurbishment and restoration of historic buildings, Weyarn, Germany; Saqqara, Egypt; Brežice Castle, Slovenia) for discussion of the results and guidelines with the end users.

Task 9.3
Contribution to guidelines for measuring climate in historic buildings / monitoring systems.

Task 9.4
Public Relations (PR): The CLIMATE FOR CULTURE project will be presented by all the project partners in regional and national media, in such a way, that it will enter public awareness. The project coordination will be informed accordingly and will collect all the respective publications. The aim is to ensure that not only specialists are informed, but also the public and the end users in particular.

Task 9.5
IPR Management: The consortium will appoint an Exploitation Manager, who will be responsible for all matters relating to intellectual property rights and knowledge management. He will have a decision-making capacity in the creation of the consortium agreement.

WP 10.

Training

WP
10.

Work Package Leader: University Ljubljana (UL FGG)

Objectives

  • to facilitate a wide spread and long lasting effect from the project by providing all categories of end users access to training and education based on the results of the project
  • to organise systematic dissemination of the CLIMATE FOR CULTURE project´s findings during the course of the project, in particular for the information and training of the SMEs and stakeholder
  • to organise Dissemination through training seminars on the use of the Analysis and Decision Support System and on correct climate measurements on the basis of tried and tested course curricula
  • to educate at Universities through teaching on cultural heritage
  • to use of internet based flexible learning

Description of work

Task 10.1
Development of the single modules for the training activities based on the results from climate change scenarios, risk and damage assessment, building simulation and mitigation strategies.

Task 10.2
Development of the modules for training on correct measurement and use of the software based Analysis and Decision Support System (software related modules).

Task 10.3
Development of the integrated training seminar for different regions.

Task 10.4
Development of a curriculum for a European Masters programme for conservators, architects and engineers.

WP 11.

Management, Coordination, Evaluation

WP
11.

Work Package Leader: Fraunhofer (FRAUNHOFER)

Objectives

  • to coordinate and manage the CLIMATE FOR CULTURE project and organise the structure in order to make sure that the aims of the project will be realised taking into account the time schedule, budget, resources and quality of work
  • to collect and coordinate results in close contact with the coordinator 

Description of work

Task 11.1
Project implementation and initial project organisation: The project organisation is laid down at the project start. The Project Steering Committee (PSC) will ensure that all participants contribute to the Climate For Culture project according to plan and that good contact is quickly established between the partners. The project implementation is formally concluded at a kick-off meeting by ratification of the consortium agreement.

Task 11.2
The project office (consisting of the project coordinator, the scientific coordinator and the administrative, financial coordinator) is constantly in contact by telephone and meet on a regular basis. At these meetings all relevant aspects occurring during the life time of the project are discussed and all WP leaders will be contacted to learn about the progress and to take any decisions to be implemented if necessary. Ongoing progress and to do lists will be put on the internal project website, so that the status of the project can be monitored by all partners. The project coordinator will keep informed the EU Commission on major progress steps and results. Similarly, the respective reports to the project partners and to the European Commission will be prepared by the project office.

Task 11.3
Progress management: The Project Steering Committee (PSC) monitors the progress of the project on the basis of the agreed progress plan, and collects the information supplied by the Work Package Leaders (WPL). The status reports are passed on to the respective project partners and to the European Commission at the appropriate times. In the event of fundamental changes, the project coordination will instigate concrete actions in coordination with the PSC.

Task 11.4
Project meetings: In association with the Work Package Leaders WPL and the Project Steering Committee PSC, the Project Office organises both planned and extraordinary meetings of all project partners. The PSC will document the project results in minutes. The WPL are responsible for the correct planning, implementation and documentation of the meetings within their WP.

Task 11.5
Evaluation of RTD and innovation-related activities: The central instrument for ensuring the high quality of the project's findings is the continuous evaluation of its progress. For this purpose, a meeting will be held at the beginning of the project to discuss the most appropriate way of evaluation. Responsibilities will be distributed for the evaluation of the individual work packages. On the basis of the evaluation concept, there will be an ongoing evaluation of the project's progress.

Task 11.6
Light Progress Reports (2 pages) every 6 months in connection with the WPL meetings.
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